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Rantings of a Sandmonkey

Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Elections resources

So tomorrow is the first phase in Egypt's parliamentarian elections, so I figured I would compile a list of resources here: Here is a list of voter databases that you can use to find out if you are regsitered to vote or not where you live (Thanks to Alaa): Dokky district Imbaba district Masr el qadeemah and Ain El Seerah district Shobrah district Al Bassateen - Torah el Maadi district Assuit district Al zawyah & Al Sharabeya districts All of Alexandria districts All of Al Beheirah districts Now, whatever you do, try not to vote for the NDP candidates, whose symbols will be either the Crescent or the Camel. Now, if you don't know who to vote for, but you don't want to vote for the NDP or the MB, here is a list of all of the National Front for Change coalition candidates running in this election (thanks to Itharak). Find your district and vote for the NFC candidate who is running in it. The more of these guys get voted in, the more opposition party representation there will be in the Parliamant and the better the chances for the parties to get the 5 % of seats necessary to compete in the next Presidential elections. But it's your vote, so use it as you damn please, as long as you go out and participate.


At 11/09/2005 05:29:00 AM, Blogger Papa Ray said...


I have been waiting for you to let the other shoe drop and start actively getting involved in politics.

Just remember, every good deed NEVER goes unpunished.

But such is the price we pay for liberty.

Papa Ray
West Texas


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